WW archive > Issue 949 - 14 February 2013

SWP and programme: Transitional regression ends in a hunch

Is the so-called transitional method the road to revolution? Jack Conrad argues against the economism of the Socialist Workers Party


Callinicos faction; Two questions; Branch flood; Unsocialist; Ney knickers; Bravo; Fight; Collaboration; SDP or not SDP?

SWP crisis: Twilight of the idols

The central committee has once again failed to reassert control. But dirty tricks are inevitable, writes Paul Demarty

Appeal from the editor

Peter Manson reports to our readers

SWP and the internet: Let a thousand blogs bloom

Bureaucrats fear the ‘dark side of the internet’ in the same way they previously feared the printing press and the photocopier, writes Eddie Ford

Women and capitalism: Double burden of oppression

Is women’s inequality endemic to capitalism? Yassamine Mather spoke to socialist feminist Bridget Fowler

STWC conference: Big claims, bankrupt politics

How can we ‘stop the war’? Peter Manson reports on the 2003 protest nostalgia

German school: Emerging from autonomism

Maciej Zurowski reports on a joint school organised by German communists and the CPGB

Ireland Magdalene laundries: No to the theocratic state

The release of the McAleese report has further opened debate on anti-female abuse by church and state in Ireland, reports Anne McShane

Up the pace

We need to up the pace if we are to meet our minimum targets, says Robbie Rix

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